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"MOUNT MISERY."

"Fniriel, just think, we nave neighbours, now . . . right next door to us! Before we were on the hillside by ourselves, but now another houso has sprung up, and people aro in it. Do you know, our sido of the hill is called "Sunnybank," but up at the top thero is a high poak, higher than the others, and some' misguided person has called it "Mount Misery." I am sure I don't know why it was called thai . -.-.. unless the person who named it went up there on a very windy or rainy day, when it was miserable). But I know I lovo going up there and I always think of Gaunt's words in King Richard II.: "A precious stono sot in a silver sea." 'Cos it looks just like that." CLAUDIA BROWNE. Khandallah.

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"MOUNT MISERY." Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 24, 27 July 1929

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